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River Plate & Denmark Strait

DCG1641

River Plate & Denmark Strait simulates two Second World War naval battles.
  • English
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 player(s)
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River Plate & Denmark Strait simulates two Second World War naval battles: the Battle of the River Plate and the Battle of the Denmark Strait.

Dreadnoughts & Battlewagons provides a low complexity ship-to-ship combat system allowing players to explore historical and hypothetical encounters during the age of the super dreadnought.

Each counter depicts a single ship or the information markers required to denote a ship’s damage, special ship movement, or configuration. Ships are rated for weight of fire, range, structural integrity, maneuver, speed, and special capabilities.

The Battle of the River Plate simulates the naval encounter between the German Panzerschiff Admiral Graf Spee and the British Royal Navy Cruisers HMS Exeter, Ajax, and Achilles on 13 December 1939. The historical outcome led the Graf Spee to seek shelter in Montevideo, Uruguay, where she was subsequently scuttled.

The Battle of Denmark Strait simulates the encounter between the German battleship Bismarck and a British squadron on 24 May 1941. The historical outcome sent HMS Hood to the bottom and damaged HMS Prince of Wales, but Bismarck suffered seemingly minor damage that would lead to her eventual destruction.

Contents:

  • 17"x22" terrain map
  • 98 die-cut counters
  • one Eight page system rule booklet
  • exclusive scenario rules

Theme(s) NavigationHistoryWar
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) WargameConfrontation
Author(s) Eric R. Harvey
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